The Behavior Recognition project focuses on enabling multi-robot teams to cooperatively perform tasks without the use of radio or acoustic communication. One key to more effective cooperative interaction in a multi-robot team is the ability to understand the behavior and intent of other robots. This is similar to the honey bee waggle dance in which a bee can communicate the orientation and distance of a food source. In this similar manner, our multi-robot team uses a specific behavior to indicate the location of objects of interest (OI). Observed teammate action sequences can be learned to perform behavior recognition and task-assignment in the absence of communication. We apply various behavior recognition approaches to perform behavior recognition as an approach to task monitoring in the absence of communication in a challenging water environment.